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THE EViiMNG BOLLETlIs: mMd.lLL. . 1., OCTOBER 14, 1899.
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SATURDAY, OCT. 14, 1899.
Ocuti Ha will bo in session iu
nbont mx weeks "Wbcro is Ha
waii's dolcpniino of bueinces men?
Iinpiil increase of tbo Japanese
Colony in Hawaii inoreascB tbo
chances of Ibe discriminating
duty on Hawaiian products.
If tbero wero any question of
tbo necessity of appointing Amer
icans to office in Hawaii, it has
been settled by tbo manner in
which Hawaii's officials intorprot
Japanese denizens of Pauahi
street will find in Tbeo. Richards
a voritablo "fighting parson" if
they attempt to intorfero with hh
.effor.'e to establish a degree of res
pectability in the most populous,
as well as the worst, at present,
portion of the city.
The death of Rev. Charles M.
Hydo removos from tbo religious
forces of Hawaii one of tbo most
indefatigable workers and bust ex
ccutivo minds that 1ihb been in
the forefront of Protestant work
in Hawaii. Mr. Hyde's promi
nonoo and staunch adhorenco to
Puritanical principle mado hiin
the subject from time to time of
sharp criticism, tbo justice or in
justice of whioh it is not necessary
to discuss. Mr. Hydo was untir
ing in his work for the churcb,
was a man of strong opinions and,
haviug booome satisfied that be
was right, could not be swer-od
from tbo pathway marked out.
Sucu mvu make strong friends
and bitter enemies, but their pow
er for good is unquestioned.
t'ou kuiilkn it niUIIT.
Rush of transports combined
with the 6teadily iucreaeiug com
mercial traffic brings forcibly to
the public mind tbo necessity of
increased harbor facilities in Ho
noluln. With tbo objeot lessons
now daily furnished it is hardly
necessary to offer arguments that
Honolulu must be up and doing if
it is to maintain its position as tbe
bub of trans-Paoifio traffic The
shipping now in the harbor is
hardly a fraction compared with
what is coming as tbe result of
the extension of American enter
prise in the Orient, development
of business interests in Hawaii,
and what will follow tbe construc
tion of an isthmian canal.
If Honolulu is to obtain, as it
anticipates, a good share of at
tention from the trans-Paoifio
carriers, it must look well to
making room for tbe now business.
Loss of timo resulting from in
sufficient wharfage facilities tends
to throw Honolulu into disfav
or with steamship lines. If the
steamers now in port waiting
coaling berths were all regular
Pacific liners, the complaints from
the waterfront would be far more
serious than they are to-day.
Tbe prosent complaint that the
War department is too extreme in
the exercise of authority, while
not v ornected, is not justified by
the (il ions. Shippers ought
to eoi, ' ir themselves luoky that
thQ.s'Qvernmont does not demand
immediate docking facilities,
brushing all shipping aside until
the transports have been cared
Aside from the great oxponee
to tbo government of tbo charter
ed ships, tbo most important con
sideration is that the forces tbeso
steamers are carrying are needed
iu tbe Philippines at tbe earliest
possible date. Upon tbo rapid
transportation of those troops de
pends tbo success of the cam
paign ogaiuBt a pooplo in rrbel
liou against United StateB author
ity. That tho insurrection bIibII
bo brought to a close entails mat
tern of principle and financial
expense of far more importance
than nil the shipping interests of
Honolulu or any other American
Col. Rublou is stationed in Ho
nolulu to securo tbo speedy des
patch of ovpry American ship
carrying troops or supplies to tho
seat of war. He would fail to do
his full duty a h an officer of tbe
Federal government, should ho
allow either private or corporation
interests interfere with tbo busi
ness of the Unitfd States.
"Experience is a dear teach
er." So they say; yet King
Bros, throw in 20 years ex
perience when you have your
pictures framed by them, with
out extra charge. They are
now opening a lot of the new
est designs in picture mould
ings. Remember, this is the
only firm in Honolulu that
deals exclusively in pictures
and art goods.
110 Hotel street.
On To Manila, a complete hi
tory of the Philippine campaign
handled inclusively by the BULL!
of Real Estate, Situ
ate in Honolulu, Isl
and of Oahu.
Pursuant to an order made by Honorable
W. L. Stanley, Second Judge of the Cir
cuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit,
filed the 27th day of September, A. D.
1809, In a cause entitled Rose K. Anahu,
Hiram Anahu, James Anahu, William
Anahu, Rose Anahu and Maggie Anahu,
by Rose K. Anahu, her guardian, against
Mary Kamlkl, Deborah Pahau, Robert
Pahau, Alex. K. Pahau, Richard Mahl
Pahau. Miriam Amalu and S. K.
Kane, the undersigned as Commissions
duly appointed will expose for sale at
public auction, subjecr to confirmation by
On Saturday, Oct. 14th, 1899,
at 12 o'clock, noon, at the mauka entrance
to the Judiciary Building, all that piece or
parcel of land situate on the miuka side of
Printer's Lane, In the city of Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, the same being more fully
described In a certain deed of partition
made by and between Llena and Mary K.
Pahau et al recorded In the office of the
Registrar of Conveyances In Liber 75,
page 343, bounded as follows:
Beginning at a point at the makal side
of the lot known as Pacific Institute lot,
168 feet from Punchbowl street and run-
1. S. 7245'W., true 115 5-10 feet along
Godfrey Brown's lot j
2. S. 220 45' E., true 95 feet along 'ane 5
3. N. 670 15' E., true 125 8-io feet along
portion assigned to Llena;
4. N. 3 oo W., true 84 feet along the
Institute lot to Initial point, containing an
area of ic66o square feet ; being a portion
of the land described In L. C. A. 28oC,
Royal Patent 5698.
Terms of sale are cash In U. S. Gold.
Deed at expanse of the purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
-The above sale Is herebv POST
PONED TO SATURDAY, OCTOBER
21, A. D. 1899, at the same time and place.
Pacific Lodge A.F. &A.M.
There will be a special meeting of Pacific
Lodge No. 822, A. F. & A. M., at Masonic
Temple, on Sunday afternoon, October 15,
at 2:30 o'clock, for the purpose of attend
ing the funeral of our late Brother, John
Phillips, P. M.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge, Lodge Le
Progres, and all sojourning brethren, are
fraternally Invited to attend.
By order of the R. W. M.
H. H. WILLIAMS,
Accurate history and interesting
stories of the campaign are told in
On To Manila.
LOVED ON ACCOUNT OF 1116
"Monev." said the nhllosonher. "mav
often do more harm than good. Sometimes
the mighty dollar Is a man's worst enemy."
"Yes," answered SenatorSorRhum,"and
I often feel a number of people love me for
the enemies 1 have made."
But he did not mention what a staunch
friend his Sterling Bicycle had always
been to him.
Myrtllla: "Let me explain biskct ball
to you, Mr. Ambrose. The object, you
Mr. Ambrose: "Oh, I understand the
object, Miss Myrtllla. The object is to
hit some innocent bystander who has on
twenty dollar eye-glasses."
The P. C. & M'f'g Co. has both basket
balls and Koals, Imported direct from
Likely Purchaser: "By the way. your
manager has just lately been married.
Head Salesman: "Yes; oh yes. Sterling
bicycle people are to blame for that."
Purchaser: "That's Interesting; what
did they have to do with It?" .
Head Salesman for I. C. & M't'g Co.:
"Well, you see. he took the young ladv
out on the Sterling Tandem we have here,
and It ran so easy he thought she was
doing all the wrK, and the same thing
was passing through her mind. They
both thought how nice It would be to have
things always that way. They didn't
know those Sterlings were to blame."
Purchaser: "Well, I guess you can set
up that same Sterling wheel for me."
Did you know that the P. C. & M'f'g
Co. will make your old wheel look like
newfor $6? Well, they will; try them.
Laquered TabIes,Trays, &c
and Coffee Pots,
Pacilie Hardware Co,, Ltd.,
Which Is now on sale
at the lowest market rates.
Non-Shrinking Patent Red
wood Tanks, assorted sizes,
from 500 to 10Q0O gallons ea.
Best Rubber Hose, assorted
sizes, y to 2 inch.
Suction Hose and Steam
Hose, assorted sizes.
Different kinds of Packing,
Patent Wash-Out Closets,
with latest, improvements.
Penn. Lawn Mowers, 10, 12,
14 and 1 5 inch.
Steel Road Scrapers, Tubular
Wheelbarrows, Champion Ca
nal Wheelbarrows.Extra Heavy
Breaking Plows, Aving's Steel
Plows, Perfect Rice Plows, as
Tbe Hawaiian Hardi&ie Ce.
Part street, opposite SprvVels' Baik.
Spend Your Money
Abroad You Are
Making It Here.
We beg to announce to the public that
we are making great preparations for the
coming Holiday Season, and will have a
large stock of well-selected goods from the
principal factories of the world. Our buy
ing Is done by a concern which has had
many years experience In this business,
and controls the largest trade on the Pacific
Coast. We promise our patrons that many
new articles in our lines that will be shown
In San Francisco can be found In our store.
Our stock will comprise
FINE PLATED WARE,
HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR SPOONS,
HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR CHINA,
RICH CUT GLASS,
FINE BOHEMIAN GLASS,
FRENCH CHINA, GERMAN CHINA,
And Manv Novelties.
All goods sent out as presents will be
prepared In a separate department, where
they will be put up In the best of style,
using fine boxes, paper, etc.
Our Holiday Season will open about the
middle of November, which will give our
friends on the other Islands ample oppor
tunity. You will be able to give more
presents this year, because our prices are
Special care given to mall orders.
-Von Holt Block, King street.
Merchant stroot ontraneo next to the
Postoulea, through our Arcado.
MEN'S FURNISHING Is an
art that keeps moving onward with
each season. New things are dally
coming to life. Competition helps
It along, and brings Into being new
beauty and new styles. In this
limited space we cannot describe in
detail our line of fashionable neck
wear, but suffice It to say that it Is
the finest ever brought to this mar
ket. The silks embrace all varieties
possible. Prices are reasonable, and
we know we can please you. We
have everything In the line of
Men's Furnishings the best and
the finest, at popular prices.
9 Hotel street : : wa7erley Bloc)
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676 No. 9 ir, Hotel St.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
Golden Rule Bazaar
"The Monk of Fife," by Andrew Lang.
"That Fortune," by Chas. Dudley War
ner. "From Comte to Benjamin KIdd," by
"From Sea to Sea," by Kipling.
"The Days Work," by Kipling.
"The People of the Mist," by Rider Hag
gard. "Nada the Lily," by Rider Haggard.
"Swallow" (Haggard's Great Book).
"Montezuma's Daughter," by Rider Hag-
"The Wizard," by Rider Haggard.
"Heart of the World," by Haggard.
"Joan Haste," by Haggard.
"The Black Douglas," by Crockett.
The Henty Books 75c. per vol.
"The Dreamers," by John K. Bangs.
"The Story of the Revolution," by Henry
"Through Asia," by Hedin.
"David Harum," (the book of the year,)
"The Rapln," by Stackpoole.
Mrs. Tucker's "Simple Songs for Little
"Strong Hearts," by Geo. W. Cable.
"The Scape Goat," by Hall Catne.J
"The Downfall of the Dervishes," by
Bennett, and hundreds of others by the
best writers of the day.
J. M. WEBB,
816 FORT STREET.
Special Clearing Out Sale!
OF BALANCE OF M. G.SILVA'S STOCK
SPECIAL SALES IN ALL LINES.
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
Inn.poxtexc of 33x37- 3-ood.s.
SALE OF THE EGAN STOCK.
INDIA LINENS-6J cents, 8K cents, le cents.
LADIES' WHITE RIBBED VESTS-each 10 cents.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS-each 10 cents.
OTHER GOODS AT CORRESPONDING PRICES.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
Salt Mackerel, Saratoga Chips,
Spiced Herrings, Olives,
Grape Nuts and Nut Butter.
Telephone G80. Orpheum Block, Fort Street,
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UflOlianna into Art
ARE NOW OFFERED FOR SALE.
Np residence property having similar advantages and
tion of from 170 to 800 feet, and affording the grandest marine
on1 oam iriamp oo nlr.. ?i-r .. ?.!4- 4- XL. !..! .1
uiiu oniiii. vitwo , ao rtiau ua piUAIIIIIiy iu II1C UUblllCSS part
of the city, being less than a mile from the Progress Block,
has ever before been presented to the people of Honolulu.
One of the main features of this property, and procured
at great expense, is the abundant supply of pure spring water,
pronounced by Dr. C. B. Wood" as being the purest and best
drinking water obtainable in the Island, which is now being
conducted into storage reservoirs upon the property by an
independent pipe line, and will be supplied to residents at
OUR GUARANTEE: We guarantee to all pur
chasers of lots on Pacific Heights, that we will, within six
months, provide rapid transportation to the highest lots on
the property, connecting the same with the Honolulu Rapid
Transit Co.'s line on Pauoa Road, at the beginning of Kaiu
lani Drive. i,
TERMS: i cashi in one' year, 14 in two yearsj;
interest 6 percent..per,annum on deferred payments.
Our 'carriage, will coriyey. parties desiring to inspect the
property to and from the same.
For maps and full 'particulars call at our office, Rooms
7 and 8 Progress Block. '"-...
BRUCE WARING & CO. ;
Miss Nina J. Adams will open Classes
In PHYSICAL CULTURE attheY.M.
C. A. Gymnasium, Wednesday, October
4th. Application may be made from 9 till
12 o'clock on that day, 1341
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